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“Real” Tea?

by Regena Rafelson July 11, 2019

“I need a cup of tea,” my friend Roy sighed, “a cup of REAL tea!” Perhaps it was the emphasis on the word real that piqued his companion’s interest.  “What’s up with that?” she asked, “You dry any leaves, stems, flowers, whatever; put them in hot water for a couple … Continue reading

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Tea Shopping in a Market in Shenzhen, China – Part 3

by John Bickel June 27, 2019

Continued from Tea Shopping in a Market in Shenzhen, China – Part 2 I find that the more familiar and comfortable I am with a shop, the easier it is to get a good read on teas.  Struggling with communication issues came into play there, of course. Initial starting points … Continue reading

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Tea Shopping in a Market in Shenzhen, China – Part 2

by John Bickel June 26, 2019

Continued from Tea Shopping in a Market in Shenzhen, China – Part 1 Visiting the Shenzhen Tea World Terminal Market (WikiTravel page for location details) Language was a problem in that market, for sure. On the next subject of tasting reliability, I can’t blind taste teas for identifying a narrow type … Continue reading

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